right there that came out of northeastern oklahoma and arkansas. there are spots east of tulsa, northwestern arkansas, 20, 22 inches of snow. that's the exception. not the norm. locally, 10 is more of the norm. this storm is of mooing east. we've got winter storm watches and warnings up from arkansas across parts of north carolina. but for us, as you look at the future cast, the clouds increase. some snow by 6:00. light snow out in southwestern virginia. some of that gets here 9:00, 10:00. by midnight, you see d.c. points south, a little light snow. very little if anything north of town. by 3:00, some areas still dealing with light snow. by 6:00 a.m., this thing is pulling out of here. we'll look at a whole lot better by the time it gets up to tomorrow. want to show you the computer projections. we're not talking a lot. this is .2 of an inch, half an inch, maybe an inch in the areas in white. who's to say whether or not this drifts 50, 80 miles north. that seems to be about all we can expect from this.